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Weiser FHLA Club Holds Cinco De Mayo Fundraiser Event

On Saturday, May 4th, the vibrant spirit of Cinco De Mayo came alive at the Weiser High School Parking Lot, courtesy of the Weiser Future Hispanic Leaders of America (FHLA) Club. Led by a dedicated team of student leaders and supported by their advisor, Juana Puldil, the event marked a celebration of Hispanic culture, unity, and pride.

The FHLA Club is led by people who are dedicated to encouraging community involvement and appreciating diversity. As president, Edith Delgadillo promotes diversity. Isabella Froshier, the club’s secretary, works with her to maintain efficient coordination and communication. In the meantime, historian Josh Negrete preserves memories for future generations by distilling the essence of every event. Finally, the club is able to successfully carry out its activities because Aliah Oarveascoa, the Treasurer, takes care of the financial elements.

The Cinco de Mayo celebration provided a venue for fun and enlightenment. A variety of activities showcasing the diversity of Hispanic ancestry were offered to attendees. The air was filled with traditional music, and delicious smells filled the air from food stands selling real Mexican food.

The Weiser FHLA Club’s commitment and ambition are demonstrated by the Cinco de Mayo event’s success. The club fosters inclusivity and solidarity while also enhancing the school community by offering a venue for cultural celebration and instruction. Participants departed with a renewed sense of pride in their varied background and a stronger appreciation for Hispanic culture as the celebrations drew to an end.

With an eye toward the future, the Weiser FHLA Club is still dedicated to advancing cultural understanding and developing the next generation of Hispanic leaders. They work to build a more accepting and understanding community where people of all backgrounds are welcomed and appreciated. They are reminded of the value of sharing and conserving cultural heritage for future generations as they consider how well the Cinco de Mayo celebration went.

Cody Smithies
Cody Smithies
Reporter in Payette & Fruitland Area, bringing you Live Coverage, Breaking News, and More.

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